Book Review: Mother of the Bride

MOLLY Foster’s daughter is getting married but what should be a happy and exciting time has started to deteriorate into a nightmare.

Take one bride, a controlling stepmother, the wedding planner from hell and a bridegroom with a secret and you have the ultimate recipe for a disastrous big day but in the hands of Kate Lawson it’s a hilariously funny wedding.

Will mother of the bride, Molly be able to hold it all together and keep everyone happy? Will Jess be able to take back control of her own big day and is she sure that she really wants to get married at all?

Sharply written and very witty throughout, this book is a wonderful insight into family relationships. Kate Lawson deserves to be up there with Marian Keyes and Sophie Kinsella in the bestseller lists.


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